Use the form to the right to email Sarah Sorci,                                                  Sweet Flag Community Herbalist.

Or contact Sarah by phone or mail:

PO Box 261, Fredonia, NY  14063

716-997-2007


Fredonia, New York
USA

Hamburg Sliding Scale Consults (monthly)

Classes & Events

Educational workshops are the bread and butter of Sweet Flag Herbs. In western New York, as in nearly every community, there is an abundance of medicinal and edible plants growing in every lawn, sidewalk crack, and wooded area. Sarah offers workshops about identifying, sustainably harvesting, and using these plants.

Sarah has experience offering plant-based workshops for individuals of all ages and ability levels, including differently-abled individuals. If you are interested in scheduling a workshop or would like more info, visit the Contact Page to get in touch.

 

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Hamburg Sliding Scale Consults (monthly)

Sarah's home office, village of Hamburg.

Initial consultations typically last an hour and a half, giving Sarah a more in-depth picture of immediate health concerns, body type, diet, lifestyle, health history, medications and supplements taken, and one's experience with different body systems. 
Sliding scale: $35-$65. 
A personalized herbal formulation is often recommended and prepared, and is offered at wholesale price for all clients ($6/oz for a tincture). 

Followup sessions are often shorter than the initial consult. This is a time for you to report any noticed changes since implementing the protocol discussed, allowing further problem-solving if needed. Sarah will tweak the herbal formula or dosage as needed. A followup is not needed to obtain a formula refill. 
Sliding scale: $25-$45.

Wellness involves every part of one's lifestyle, including diet, exercise, stress, quality relationships, etc. Wellness solutions are sought in these areas before looking to herbs for additional support. 

Herbal medicine is people's medicine, and should be accessible to all. Focus is on education and empowerment, rather than dependence on practitioner.

Later Event: March 16
Making Herbal Tinctures 101